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it might be israel. the fbi got a tip on this guy. that you are looking at right now. tamerlan tsarnaev that he was a radical and that he travels back to russia for six months he comes back here and the fbi says he is clean. obviously he wasn't.
. but i want to begin with the wife of brother, tamerlan tsarnaev. her name is katherine russell. she has been questioned by investigators. we at cnn would love to talk to her. we're hearing a little bit from her attorney and we have seen some action today outside of her parents' home in rhode island. we want to begin this hour with erin mcpike in rhode island for us right now. erin tell me what you've been seeing today. >> reporter: well brooke about 12:30 today there were six fbi officials sitting in two cars outside katie russell's house. and just a russell's attorney two of them pulled up parked in katie russell's driveway and went inside her house. two minutes late five of those six fbi officials went inside katie russell's houseleft. so fbi officials have been inside katie russell's parent's house for the last hour and 20 minutes. now, of course we don't know yet what isg some investigating and perhaps talking to katie russell, trying to get more information from her. but it has been a while now. and what i can tell you, brooke also is that fbi officials have
suspect, tamerlan tsarnaev, coming under closer scrutiny. investigators have taken dna samples and other items from katharine russell at her parents' home in rhode island. they will compare the samples to female dna found on a fragment of one of the pressure cooker bombs used in the boston attack. federal agents, by the way, also trying to determine if there's a link between tamerlan and this man, william plotnikov, a canadian boxer turned jihadist killed a year ago in a shoot-out with russian troops. firefight happened in the same region tamerlan was visiting. he returned to the u.s. quickly thereafter. we have reporters covering all angles of the investigation. and we're staying on top of this story. meanwhile, a defiant president obama says the u.s. won't be intimidated by bombings in boston. in a news conference over at the white house just a little while ago the president was asked whether people should be afraid of attending large gatherings after the attack at the boston marathon, and he said, absolutely not. >> we're not going to stop living our lives because warped individuals t
the latest on the investigation. brian todd has new details on a mysterious man that tamerlan tsarnaev's family said had the most influence over him. and david mattingly following the money trail. so many want answers to this question. how did the brothers support themselves? and how long did they collect welfare from the state of massachusetts? aaron mcpike is in rhode island. tamerlan tsarnaev's wife is there. investigators are asking how could she have not known about the bombs? and we'll go overseas where nick robertson has the latest on the meeting today between u.s. officials and the bomber's parents. and joe johns is in washington with new information about what russian officials told the fbi and the cia. some damming details about whether our intelligence agencies may have dropped the ball. i want to begin with deb in boston. deb, what do we know about this visit from the parents? >> reporter: yeah, this is news that we just got. came across a couple moments ago. we're being told that russian newspaper is reporting that the two parents are going to be leaving their homes and co
there. >> a marriage of convenience. >>> as tamerlan tsarnaev became radicalized did the u.s. miss key signals he was a threat. we will go live to moscow for more. >>> also ahead she is 5,000 miles from boston but feels the pain and shame for her family like it was right next door. in a timely fashion ojee and within budget. angie's list members can tell you which provider is the best in town. you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare. now that we're expecting, i like the fact that i can go onto angie's list and look for pediatricians. the service providers that i've found on angie's list actually have blown me away. join today and find out why over 1 million members count on angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work. have hai
and suspect tamerlan tsarnaev. we know that russia warned the fbi about him. and now a government official says russia also alerted the cia about tamerlan, asking spy agencies look into his shift toward extremism. and tonight new reports the cia recommended adding tamerlan to a terrorism database. what happened next? >>> also in dagestan, the parents of the suspects were interviewed by officials at the u.s. embassy, and the father reportedly will be flying to the u.s. as early as friday. possibly to assist in the investigation. at the same time, we're learning more about the older brother's trip back home. cnn's nick paton walsh is in dagestan. and thousands attended the service of sean collier. and tonight some extraordinary scenes, incredible and deeply emotional sight, just a few feet from the marathon finishing line. a memorial to the victims, people leaving flowers and cards, stopping to pay tribute to the lives so brutally taken and so many who were so badly wounded. but we're covering this story around the world tonight with nick paton walsh in dagestan. jake, i want to start with y
of tamerlan tsarnaev. the mysterious man is found and speaks. let's go out front. investigators have found female dna on at least one of the bombs used in the attacks. what exactly does that mean? we're going to get right to that along with all the other angles of the story tonight in boston. >>> susan candiotti with the latest on the investigation and what the fbi found at tamerlan's wife's investigation today. a possible link between tamerlan tsarnaev and a known jihadist and a look at how authorities could have prevented the attack and at what cost to america's privacy and freedom. >>> but i want to go to boston first and susan with this breaking news. >> by finding that female dna on one of the pressure cookers, it certainly helps move forward this investigation. we know that investigators have been looking for any kind of evidence on the remains of the pressure cooker bombs. looking for hair samples, for any dna samples, for finger prints, for example. now we know it has tested positive for dna. we also know that the fbi retrieved a dna sample from tamerlan tsarnaev's widow, catherine
specific clue on the bombs. plus, tonight, you'll hear the voice of tamerlan tsarnaev, what one of his boxing coaches told us today. and tamerlan's widow spent three hours at her lawyer's office today. we are learn iing right now abo that meeting. let's go "outfront." good evening, everyone. "outfront" tonight, new evidence in the boston bombing investigation. we have a new clue that could help solve this crime and tell us if anyone else is involved. plus, tamerlan tsarnaev, the dead suspect in his own words. tonight, all angles of the investigation "outfront" in boston. susan candiotti and brian todd on the investigation. in rhode island, erin mcpipe with the newe estimatioest info his widow. first, to susan candiotti in boston. another potential breakthrough for ininvestigatorininvestigato. tonight, you have new information about specific evidence in the case. >> that's right. we're learni ining about a new that at least one fingerprint has been found on one of those bombs that was used during the boston marathon. now, at last word, there is no information about to whom that belongs,
they have found female dna on parts of the bomb. and tamerlan tsarnaev's widow, what was in the evidence bag they removed from the home today. >>> plus misha revealed. he is found and speaks. let's go "out front." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. we begin "out front" with breaking news. major development. investigators have found female dna on at least used in the attacks. what exactly does that mean? the latest on the investigation. more on what the fbi found at tam tamerlan tsarnaev's wife's house. and a possible link between tamerlan tsarnaev and a known jihadist. and in washington, d.c. tom foremen with a look at how authorities could have prevented the attack and at what cost to america's privacy and freedom. i want to go to boston first. susan candiotti has this breaking news. what do you know about the female dna that investigators apparently have found on one of the bombs used in boston? >> reporter: erin certainly this is an intriguing and a very important development. by finding that female dna on one of the pressure cookers, it certainly helps m
with possible ties to the suspected boston bomber tamerlan tsarnaev. russia says two of the jihadists thatere killed in the raid in dagestan. meanwhile, the bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev is now locked inside a 10 x 10 foot cell with a steel door, a slot for food and a small observation window in that door. a prison spokesman says the 19-year-old is now able to speak and has been interacting with medical staff. and a memorial for the victims continues to grow in boston's copley square. thousands of people are going there to pay their respects. we have reporters on the scene bringing us all the latest developments. investigators right now are searching for any clues that will help them determine whether the boston bombings suspect tamerlan tsarnaev had tied to jih jihadist. and that overnight raid in russia is raising even more questions. for more on how the group may be linked to the boston terror suspect, let's bring in cnn's nick paton walsh on the scene for us in moscow. nick, what's the possible connection that authorities are investigating? >> well, the raid you've just been seeing pi
to make sure that they are chasing all leads. also tamerlan tsarnaev spent six months in russia last year and they want to get to that, too. there is a court hearing on may 30. the state of massachusetts has not yet charged the brothers with anything including the death of a police officer a couple of nights ago. >> working late shift in boston. thanks very much. >>> the fbi investigators want to talk to the wife of the dead bombing suspect tamerlan tsarnaev. they have a 2-year-old daughter together. so far detectives have only been able to speak to the lawyer. >>> investigators are chasing a host of leads delving into the every day lives of the suspect. one has been a mixed martial arts gym. before he killed americans tsarnaev had dreams of representing americans at the olympics. >> reporter: long before the world knew of his brutality the boston community took note of tamerlan tsarnaev. he competed in the golden gloves championships. he told one interviewer he aspired to box on the u.s. olympic team. that dream stalled after his petition for citizenship was denied. this is a mixed marti
about the wife of tamerlan tsarnaev. we have new video of her coming out of hiding today. first time we've seen her in days. let's go out front. >>> good friday even, everyone, i'm erin burn out out front tonight. new developments in the boston terror investigation. a u.s. official tells cnn that one of the explosive devices found at last week's gunfight between police and the boston bombing suspects is similar to a design outlined in a magazine. this magazine to be specific. it's called "inspire." it's the al qaeda magazine. it's on line. this is the summer edition from 2010 which details how to make a metal elbow pipe wrapped in black tape, similar to what was found on the suspects. now i have a copy of this magazine. it's 67 pages long. and the section here that we're talking about is called "make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom," by the al qaeda chef. the a.q. chef. there are pictures and how tos. if this weren't real life and what they were trying to do, it would almost be farcical. it's hard to imagine. if this is in fact the guide that the suspects use, they had eight full page
number one tamerlan tsarnaev who died in the early morning shoot-out with police, trying to piece together his movements. we know he left the country last year, and his wife remains. catherine russell. have authorities been able to speak to her? because of course she is an important person to speak to. >> well, cnn's chris lawrence has actually been tracking those developments. and what he has found is she is too distraught to speak. an attorney is speaking on her behalf. and so he is cooperating yes, but right now she has been saying to him that she didn't know anything of this plot beforehand. although, of course, as you know, tamerlan, her husband was in russia for six months last year. and that i think will be the driving force behind the investigation going forward. >> yeah. erin mcpike joining us in boston with the latest. erin, we appreciate it. thank you. we are also getting new information on tamerlan tsarnaev who was killed in the manhunt, as you heard us just discuss with erin. >> as brian todd reports, his beliefs and his behavior took a radical turn in the run-up to t
warnings about tamerlan tsarnaev. have our anti-terror defense failed in the years since 9/11 and unraveling of obamacare continues. they announce a train wreck amid reports amongst congressional colleagues may exempt themselves. >> paul: welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot as we continue to learn more about the two suspects in the boston marathon bombing. a clearer picture is emerging from tamerlan tsarnaev as a young man who increasingly radicalized while living in the u.s. something people warned is a new face of terror in america. he is the author of the 2007 nypd report, radicalization in the west, the home-grown threat. mitchell, welcome to the program. so the u.s. officials are describing the tamerlan tsarnaev as having under gone a self-radicalization. what does that mean to you? >> i think when they refer to self-radicalization they mean he wasn't radicalized by some outside group. there wasn't some type of ideologue who was physically in boston leading him along. no longer do you need to have a person in place or a group to radicalize somebody
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influenced a visitor from boston. but would the bombing suspect tamerlan tsarnaev radicalized by a friend back home? right here in massachusetts we're looking into the mysterious man accused of brain washing him. you'll hear the vice president of the united states joe biden eloquent talking about the loss at a memorial service for a murdered police officer. and scornful of what he calls two cowardly, knock off jihadis. i'm wolf blitzer in boston. here are the latest developments of the boston bombings. no cause of death found yet for the alleged bomber tamerlan tsarnaev. the body remains in the custody of the state's chief medical examiner. the suspect's mother says burial has been arranged at a cambridge mosque but the islamic society of boston says local imams would not be comfortable presiding. the massachusetts government says the suspects received welfare benefits when younger and the older brother's family received them through last year. the brothers were not receiving assistance at the time of the bombings. an fbi delegation at the u.s. embassy in moscow went to dagestan today as
in "the situation room". >> jake, thanks so much. the fbi enters the family home of tamerlan tsarnaev's widow. we go live to boston for the latest in the investigation of the deadly boston marathon attacks. >>> plus, authorities interviewed the so-called man misha. is it mysterious man the suspect's family may have inspired the massacre. and dzhokhar tsarnaev as we've never heard before. you'll hear his voice in gripping new video that just surfaced online. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >> the fbi descends on the faeb home of the bombing suspect tamerlan tsarnaev's widow as the search for answers continues exactly two weeks since the deadly boston marathon attacks. cnn international correspondent susan candiotti is in boston, joining us with the very latest on the investigation. susan, what do we know about what the feds were doing inside the home? >> reporter: i can tell you this, wolf. we know that they spent several hours there at her home, getting there early this afternoon. now, the fbi is not saying specifically what they are doing there but of course acknowl
this morning." did the boston bombing suspects have help? >>> plus, tamerlan tsarnaev's boxing coach tells his story and we hear the suspect's voice in a new video. >>> flash floods in texas and devastating weather on its way to the upper midwest. >>> how it's shutting out americans ready to buy a new home. >>> but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >>> there are still persons of interest in the united states that the fbi would like to have conversations with, and the big unknown is still that six months in russia. >> investigators dig deeper into the boston bombing's trail of terror. >> we haven't heard anything at this point that they have found a time where there was training. >> the fbi says that russian intelligence had secretly recording tamerlan tsarnaev and his mother discussing jihad. >> i'm going to make sure this never happens again. >>> water is just pouring into the streets. >> flash flooding causing misery in parts of texas. >> warnings in parts of mississippi, alabama, and now georgia. >> they're bracing f
suspect, tamerlan tsarnaev. he was the one killed earlier this week in a shootout with police. now his wife is hunkering down with her family. their daughter's husband is accused of killing three people, not to mention maiming and wounding scores of others. molly lang has that part of the story live from massachusetts. >> that's right, the man identified as suspect one, tamerlan tsarnaev was married. his widow, 24 years old, katherine, originally from a community just outside of providence, rhode island. she attended school in boston from 2007 to 2010. that would be suffolk university. her parents, warren and judith russell, released a statement to the media outside their home recently, here it is, our daughter has lost her husband today. the father of her child. we cannot begin to comprehend how this terrible tragedy occurred. in the aftermath of the patriots day horror, we know we never really knew tamerlan tsarnaev. our hearts are sickened by the knowledge of the hor hor he has inflicted. please respect our family's privacy in this difficult time. neighbors believe katherine convert
together suspected boston bomber tamerlan tsarnaev's every move during his 2011 visit to russia. investigators say they believe the tsarnaev brothers were likely self-radicalized and used the internet to make their bombs, but they are still looking at the possibility that other people in russia or in the u.s. may have been influences or accomplices. among these people, their mother, along with tamerlan's wife, who converted it's to islam when she married him in 2010. the bombing suspect's father postponed his trip to the united states. he told russian state media he is in the hospital because of a blood pressure spike. two weeks after the boston terror attack, more than two dozen people are still recovering in the hospital. right now officials say dzhokhar tsarnaev is able to speak, he's locked in a 10x10 cell. our pamela brown is live with the latest on the investigation. good morning, pamela. >> reporter: good morning to you. according to a prison hospital official we spoke with, dzhokhar tsarnaev is speaking with hospital officials, we're not sure whether he is speaking with
forces have raided a jihadist group with possible ties to the suspected bomber, tamerlan tsarnaev. russia says two of the jihadists were killed in the raid in dagestan. the mother of the bombing suspects just this morning told cnn she will come to the united states if she can see her son, dzhokhar. the moment she steps on u.s. soil though she could be arrested on outstanding shoplifting charges. the mother is increasingly becoming a focus of the investigation after russian officials gave the u.s. a wiretap of her possibly discussing jihad back in 2011 with one of her sons. and we're learning more about the so-called mystery man accused of radicalizing the older tsarnaev brother. the u.s. official telling cnn the fbi has interviewed someone named misha about his association with the tsarnaevs. a writer for the new york review of books tracked the man to a modest apartment in rhode island that he shares with his elderly parents. the man denies brainwashing tamerlan tsarnaev and says he has spoken with the fbi and given them his computer and cell phone. now to the surviving suspect in the bo
asked the united states to check up on tamerlan tsarnaev and also on his mother. this is a woman who told cnn last night, the blood was paint, that this entire thing was a hoax and her son was framed. so very deranged things. >> when russia contacted the fbi we investigated them for four months. we didn't find any information or any type of evidence that would show he was radicalized. after four months, we stopped the investigation. there was no more evidence there. during that period of time, we asked russia three times to give us more information and they never got back. as far as the mother is concerned, she's relevant. again, what happened when she went -- when tamerlan went back to russia? things changed when he came back. it seemed he was different. his personality was different. he had became a lot more orthodox in his religion. so this is another avenue hopefully russia will work with us. >> you're talking about the fbi and the cia and the question whether the ball was dropped anywhere. we do know now for a fact that tsarnaev was on three counterterrorism databases. senator l
for 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, he is the youngest, they are brothers, 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev was shot and killed by police overnight. the majority of this manhunt is focused in watertown. we have team coverage for you, patti lee is in watertown, and we begin with jennifer davis, liver in boston where a shelt shelter in place was lifted 90 minutes ago. >> reporter: we are seeing more activity but this city still very much on edge. officials say they need a little bit more time as they continue to hunt for this suspect who they have not yet apprehended. police telling everyone to lock their doors and stay inside as a manhunt is underway for the suspect in the marathon bombing. >> asking people to shelter in place, in other words to stay indoors with their doors locked and not to open the door for anyone other than a properly identified law enforcement officer. >> the fbi releasing pictures of the suspects identified as brothers dzhokhar and tamerlan tsarnaev. they were spotted near a robbery where a police officer was shot to death and they carjacked a car and kept the driver b
happened. we're learning about a trip that tamerlan tsarnaev made to a fireworks show in february. where did they get the financial means but also the physical means to pull off this alleged attack. what did he buy on that trip? >> reporter: erin, we're told by the vice president of a company called phantom fireworks that tamerlan tsarnaev bought two reloadable mortar kits with 48 shells from their store in seabrook, new hampshire, on february 6th. that's about an hour west of boston. two mortar kits with 48 shells on february 6th. he asked the clerk what's the loudest and biggest thing you have. he paid about $200 for all of that. what's key here is that a law enforcement official tells cnn that this is not enough, not enough to construct or set off the kind of explosion that occurred during the boston marathon. so what did he use these for? that's not clear. some kind of -- we're told the kind of powder used in those explosives, in those types of fireworks may not be the kind of gunpowder or explosive power used in the explosion. so some answers and maybe a connection between those fir
. the oldest brother, tamerlan tsarnaev in-laws and wife are asking the public to please respect their privacy at this time. and as we know, tamerlan was the bombing suspect killed in a shoot-out with police. a statement issued outside the family's north king's town rhode island home rings, quote, our daughter has lost her husband today, the father of her child. we cannot begin to comprehend how this horrible tragedy occurred. in the aftermath of the horror, we know that we never really knew tamerlan tsarnaev. our hearts are sickened by the knowledge of the horror he inflicted. please respect our family's privacy at this difficult time. >> we are starting to get a clearer picture of who the suspects were and what they were doing before they began the reign of terror. >> the city of boston and the city of cambridge and watertown and many other communities can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that two perpetrators that caused so many pain and anguish are no longer a threat to our safety and communities. >> and with that, the state-wide manhunt was over. the teen the fbi described as suspect numb
tamerlan tsarnaev but law enforcement and national security forces are now telling cnn he was on two different terror data bases. those sources say he was not on a no fly list but there was a flag in one of the data bases to ping authorities if he tried to leave the country. apparently the system did ping when he went to russia last year but the flag in the system expired while tsarnaev was over there and then there was no ping on his return trip. we're also learning more about what the pair may have been planning next police in new york city saying the brothers may have intended to flee there. >> they may have intended to come to new york but not to continue what they were doing. information we received said something about a parting, having a parting. >> police commissioner ray kelley of new york city says that information came from the interviews with the surviving suspect. dzhokhar tsarnaev remains hospitalized in fair condition. sources say he has been communicating with investigators and is in the same hospital as several victims where they are still recovering and prosecutors
. there are increasing questions about how the fbi handled its investigation of tamerlan tsarnaev. they did not follow up after that trip to russia last year. the very latest on the investigation from our crime and justice correspondent, mr. joe johns. joe joins us from washington. joe, no charges today for sure. does it have anything to do with the fact that they haven't been able to talk to him. >> that's an interesting question. you are right. it could be soon for the charges. it may be important to say that the authorities are reporting that they are not able to interview the suspect. he is in serious condition at the hospital but important also to say, don, that not is being able to interview a defendant hasn't stopped the feds from filing charges before. it could still happen. that's a pretty common practice, because sometimes defendants have lawyers who intercede and say investigators can't talk to this defendant. it is not that different a situation necessarily, don. >> we have heard about a number of different charges that could happen including federal charges, murder charges. what are some of
, tamerlan tsarnaev, was on the intelligence radar in the u.s., there been mounting calls for federal agencies to reexamine the priorities, particularly a focus on sting operations that critics say constitute entrapment. in an editorial on wednesday, the washington post wrote -- for more we go to tampa, florida, to talk to trevor aaronson, author of, "the terror factory: inside the fbi's manufactured war on terrorism." he is co-director of the florida center for investigative reporting and a contributing writer at mother jones. his most recent piece is called, "how the fbi in boston may have pursued the wrong terrorist." writes while the fbi -- welcome to "democracy now!" why don't you lay out your point in this article. who was this other person and what happened to the tracking of the boston bombing suspect? thee know in january 2011, fbi in boston investigated to and the suspected to be involved in terrorist organizations or somehow sympathetic to them. the first was tamerlan tsarnaev. we know they investigated him, looked at his web traffic and decided he was not a threat. that is
, tamerlan tsarnaev. however, they're not yet making it public. his body, meantime, goes unclaimed by either his widow or his family. they say they'll make the results of what killed him public once his body has been claimed. they say that's the procedure. also, more sharp reaction today to news that russian authorities two years ago intercepted a call from one of the brothers back to their mother in dagestan, a vague conversation apparently about jihad. the younger suspect, now in a ten by ten foot cell outside boston, has a new lawyer on his defense team specializing in death penalty cases. her name is judy clark. she once defended jared loughner, the tucson shooter. joe johns joins me tonight along with nick payton walsh. this female dna found on one of the pressure cookers, what more can you tell us? what might it mean? >> there's no way to tell at this point, quite frankly. what could it mean, we don't know. one law enforcement source said the dna could belong to anyone who came in contact with any of the consumer products that were used to make the bomb. just the same, they want to see
't know if this person actually exists, who allegedly might have influenced tamerlan tsarnaev toward more radicalism. have authorities -- are authorities actually, do they buy that? have they gotten any closer to tracking him down, do they think this is real? >> i'm told that they are making as they call it, making progress in locating this individual. i am told that in fact, misha has been identified. they know who this person is. they're looking for this person as someone that they want to talk with to get a sense of what he may have discussed with the older brother here, and so a lot of this investigation is centering overseas now, i am told by this official, to try and locate misha. >> i just want to be clear, this is based, your reporting, on a single source, more than one or just a single source at this point? >> i have a single source. some of my colleagues also have sources on trying to find this individual. so we're combining that together. but the latest about where he is and that they know who it is is coming from someone i've been talking with throughout and has given us very
acosta is following that part of the story for us. do we know, jim, whether or not tamerlan tsarnaev was on any kind of watch list? >> anderson, we get report from law enforcement and national security sources telling cnn that tamerlan tsarnaev was on two different databases. let me walk you through this, anderson. the first one is the terrorist screening database also known as the tsdb. that is a database that has roughly 500,000 names in it. so a name like john doe could be in there 10,000 times. so tamerlan tsarnaev's name according to our sources was in that database. he also apparently was in a database called t.i.d.e. that is a classified database. and it is very important because these databases are used by the fbi, by law enforcement officials to put together the terror no-fly list. and apparently tamerlan tsarnaev's name was not on that list, but there was a notation in one of these databases that were tamerlan tsarnaev to leave the united states, that the fbi was supposed to be pinged. and apparently according to what janet napolitano testified on capitol hill yesterday, th
the big question is, whose is it? the fbi is visiting tamerlan tsarnaev's widow at her parents' home in rhode island and leaving with bags of dna evidence. they're also trying to piece together katherine russell's every move in the days before and just after the attacks. meantime, the medical examiner knows what killed tamerlan tsarnaev but not releasing the details because the family has not yet claimed his body. as for surviving suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev, another lawyer has been added to his defense team, death penalty expert judy clarke is now part of that team. she has represented high profile clients in the past and we want to get right to pamela brown live in devens, massachusetts with more on this investigation. good morning, pamela. >> good morning to you, john. investigators are trying to figure out whether katherine russell, the widow of tamerlan tsarnaev, had any role whatsoever in the boston marathon attacks. they went into the home she was staying in yesterday and did not walk out empty handed. fbi agents searched this home belonging to the family of katherine russell. t
suspected nothing this as they ask another question was tamerlan tsarnaev involved in a 2009 triple murder. molly, we also hear that there is good news today about the victim. >> good morning, heather. two in critical condition. doctors are telling us everyone now in the hospital are expect to do survive. there were 14 patients that lost lefshs. boston medical center say many are up and walking and they are preparing for a massive exodus as they call it to rehab. many recoveries underway. investigators are looking to speak with suspect number one's wife tamerlan tsarnaev was married to katherine russell tsarnaev. they met in college in 2010 and sometime around that time converted to islam. investigators would like to speak with her. they referred to the bombing she knew nothing about it at any time. there is no word on if or when she will speak with investigators. they are looking at a pizza cbi link to a murder, a triple murder. three men in their 20s were discovered with their throats slit marijuana on their bodies and thousands of dollars of cash left behind. tamerlan was friends with o
-old tamerlan tsarnaev, to any, any terrorist organization per se, but the chairman of the house intelligence committee says the older tsarnaev who was killed after the shootout with police, may have become seriously radicalized by islamic extremists when he went to russia last year. here's what the house homeland security chairman had to say today on cnn's state of the union. >> there were reports they had suicide vests on. you don't learn that overnight. i personally believe that this man received training when he was over there, and he radicalized from 2010 to the present, and nine months after he comes back from the chechen region, he pulled off the largest terror attack since 9/11. >> after a dramatic shootout with police that killed his older brother and then eluding police in an intense day-long manhunt, dzhokhar tsarnaev is hospitalized. he's described as being in serious but stable condition. elizabeth cohen is outside the beth israel deaconess medical center where he's being treated. elizabeth, update our viewers on the very latest. >> right, what we know, wolf, is a few more specif
has possible ties to alleged boston bomber tamerlan tsarnaev. meantime the fbi is joining forces with russian security officials to piece together tamerlan's every move during a six-month visit to russia. and even though they believe the brothers were self-radicalized watching online videos, they are still looking into the possibility that other people maybe in russia, perhaps in the u.s., may have been influences. among the people investigators are looking at, the mother, and tamerlan's wife katherine russell, who converted to islam when she married him back in 2010. the bombing suspect's father has now postponed his trip to the united states. he told russian state media that he's in a hospital because of what he calls a blood pressure spike. of course, today marks two weeks since the day of the boston marathon. two weeks since the terror attack. and two dozen people are still in the hospital recovering. bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev is now at a medical facility for federal prisoners. he's locked up in a tiny cell west of boston. our pamela brown is live there in devens, mas
. and who is the woman who married tamerlan tsarnaev? let's go "outfront." >> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. we begin with breaking nudz "outfront" tonight. boston bombing suspect speaks. saying the word no whether asked about whether i could afford a lawyer at the bedside hearing at the hospital today where he is recovering. we're getting a first look at the transcripts of that hearing obtained by "the new york times." it is a court note, the defendant is alert, mentally competent, and lucid. he is aware of the nature of the proceedings. and along with that breaking news, we're covering this story tonight from every angle. drew griffin, david todd and david mattingly are in boston tonight. drew with the latest on the investigation. brian with new information about the older brother tamerlan tsarnaev, the one killed on thursday night. what we know about his outburst at a mosque in january. david has an "outfront" investigation on exactly how those deadly bombs were made. nick peyton walsh is in the russian republic dodged by religious violence where the suspect's parents live
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